Clean Energy and Environmental innovations can serve as a springboard for economic development, environmental sustainability and social equity. The EcoComplex is dedicated to moving inventions from the lab to real-world applications as successful innovations in our state's businesses and industries, and to promoting New Jersey as a center for alternative energy and environmental innovations and enterprises.
The EcoComplex, which performs research and develops new technologies to address the pressing alternative energy, environmental, solid waste, and resource-recovery issues faced in New Jersey, is a partnership with the Burlington County Board of Freeholders. The EcoComplex functions as a hub of education and outreach for the entire alternative energy and environmental community.
Because we integrate the best that academia, government, and the private sector have to offer, we are stronger than any one institution can be alone. This pooling of resources and expertise leads to faster, smarter, and sounder solutions to our energy and environmental problems.
2015 Recipients of the Jerome Goldstein Scholarship Fund Start Summer Internships
Pictured Left to Right: Julia Burmistrova, David Specca EcoComplex Asst. Director, Kevin Marceski, Catrice Carter, Ashley Pennington, Alessandra Looman, Douglas Levourne and Dr. Serpil Guran EcoComplex Director
The Rutgers EcoComplex Intern Julia Burmistrova and Assistant Director David Specca represented the EcoComplex and NJCERN at TechConnect 2015, National Innovation Summit and Showcase in Washington, DC. June 14-17.
Clean Energy Innovation Center
1200 Florence-Columbus Rd.
Bordentown, NJ 08505-4200